Fishing Reports

Friday, September 19, 2014


Walleyes have moved to the shorelines and rock piles in 5 to 12 feet of water and crankbaits or jig and minnow combinations are working best. These same areas will produce northern pike. Perch action has been best in the weeds in less than 12 feet of water.

Thursday, September 4, 2014


Walleyes are hitting crankbaits on the rock points in 5 to 9 feet or along the 9- to 12-foot weedlines. Spoons or sucker minnows have triggered pike on the west- and south-side weedlines in 9 to 13 feet. Look for perch on the 8- to 12-foot weedlines in Sugar Bay or off Big Stoney Point and Sugar Point.

Thursday, August 28, 2014


The 9- to 12-foot weedlines remain the best option for keeping-sized walleyes and pike, while the main-lake bars and humps continue to produce bigger fish. Spinner rigs and crawlers or jigs and minnows have worked best near Sugar Point, the Birdhouses, Tamarack Point, and Raven’s Point. Perch reports are favorable with some fish being caught on the structure in 20 feet, but the 7- to 9-foot weeds off Rich’s Townsite have been the go-to spot this week.

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